Davos Klosters


Davos Klosters Ski Resort stands as a beacon of alpine excellence in the heart of Switzerland, nestled in the enchanting canton of Graubünden. This resort, often hailed as the 'cradle' of skiing in Switzerland, is renowned for its expansive ski terrain, reliable snowfall, and a delightful blend of tradition and modernity. With 5 distinct ski areas—Parsenn, Madrisa, Jakobshorn, Pischa, and Rinerhorn—the resort offers a vast playground for skiers and snowboarders. Over 266 kilometers of piste trails cater to every skill level, promising a magical journey of discovery. While Davos, a larger and more modern city, offers a bustling atmosphere, Klosters retains its traditional Swiss mountain village charm. The contrast provides visitors with diverse experiences, from vibrant nightlife in Davos to serene moments in Klosters.

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Where is Davos Klosters located?

Davos Klosters is situated in the canton of Graubünden (Grisons) in southeast Switzerland, near the border with Austria. The recommended mode of travel is through the excellent Swiss rail system. The gateway airport is Zurich (ZRH), and the resort is easily accessible by train from Zurich airport. Find out how to get here.

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